National Geographic : 1934 Nov
DISTINGUISHED LIVING Visitors from the world over think of The Waldorf-Astoria as their New York home. It is a comfortable home and an interesting one. In the first place, there are the delightful rooms ... each with private foyer, wonderfully comfortable beds, fitted closets, full-length mir rors, and all the appurtenances for gracious living. Telephone service is secretarial in its personal attentiveness. Then, too, the hotel is the center of the spar kling gayety and social life of the city. Brilliant restaurants. World-famous orchestras and en tertainers. Next to shops, clubs, theatres, and the business centers. Rates from $5 the day. T00HBHHHBBM PARKV ENUE- 49THT0 50TH SREETS- NEWSW 0^RK . ....... . .